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5* GROWING I N POPULARITY.
9The More People Know Newbro's Her
picide the Better They Liike It.
The more it becomes known the
better it is liked. One bottle sells
two, and tho se two sell four. New
bro's Herpicide is what we are talk
ing about. It clea ns the scalp of all
dandruff, and destroying the cause,
,a little germ or parasite, prevents the
(return of dandruff. A a hair dress
ling it is delightful, it ought to be
found on every toilet table It stops
[falling hair and prevents baldness. It
Should be us ed occasionally, aa a pre
ventive to protect the scalp from a
new invasion of the dandruff microbe.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c
tin stamps for sample to The Herpici de
Co, Detroit, Mich. Voege li Bros.,
special agents, corner Hennepin and
"Washington Aves, and corner 7th St.
and Nicollet Ave.
Has been established In our prescrip
tion der^-irtment. Our careful and
correct attention In the filling of pre
scrlptions has secured for us the eon
ildence of both physicians and pa
tients CTRKLEK fills prescriptions
exactly as the doctor directs.
To suit your taste
\o\\ can have your hot drinks sea
soned exactly as you want them Beef
tea. bouillon, clam broth and many
other hot drinks that aro refreshing
Is well satisfied, that Minneapolis
knows nnd likes good candy CTBK
LEB. sells more Original Allegretti
Chocolates than any other agency
for this delicious candy In the coun
try The Original only at CTR.K-
Chas. H. Cirkler
602 Nicollet 49 Sixth St. So.
Feb. 1st to 6th.
40 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with 50c purchase of Tea,
10 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
With 2 pounds of Elgin
Creamery Butter, 9BSf*
per pound ^%M\*
10 StampsWith 3 packages of
Raisins, per 1 9sf*
10 StampsWith 3 packages of
Currants, per -fl Af*
10 StampsWith 5 cakes A. & P.
Sweet Chocolate, 85f*
per cake *w
10 StampsWith 1 package A. &
P. Breakfast Flakes, 4 fhg%
per package O
10 StampsWith 3 bags Best
Table Salt, Rf*
40 StampsWith 1-lb. WZi%*%
Can A. & P. Pepper. .Off
10 StampsWith 5 large cakes of
OUR WHITE FLOATING
SOAP, per cake
521 Nicollet jive.
Fretful babies become calm
and peaceful babies "when fed
on Mellin's Food. Mellin's
A sample of Mellin's Food costs you nothing
but the asking. Will you not then ask for
It for your baby's sake
M?T TN'S FOOD CO BOSTON. MAS8
A wedding which robs Minneapolis
of a charming young woman to ok
place last evenineat the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Adelbe rt Carpenter on Vine
place, when their daughter, Emma
Hancock, and Walter Birney Nettle
ton of Seattle, Wash were married.
Both young people were prominent in
university and fraternity circles. Mr.
Nettleton is a Psi Upsilon man and is
a member of a lumber firm in Seattle.
About 125 guests gathered to wit
ness the service, which was read by
Rev. O. A. Williams. The decorations
were charming and the rooms were
bowers of green with southern smilax,
trailing over the woodwork, palms,
lifting their broad leaves ov er the
mantels and corners and drooping
swo rd ferns tucked below and every
where were lilies, great sheaves of the
fragrant blossoms. The rooms were
lighted with white tapers in colonial
A Btring orchest ra played the "IJO
hengiin" chorus as the white ribbons
were stretch ed by Geor ge H. Rogers
and Alfred Hill. Mrs. William M,
Horner was her sister's matron of
honor and wore pale blue crepe
trimmed with spangles and carried an
armful of lilies. The bridal gown was
of white panne crepe chine with
tucked skirt and blouse fashioned
with duchesse lace. A veil was worn
and the bouquet was of white violets.
Morris Stratton was best man and with
the bridegroom awaited the bride at
the floral altar.
A the inform al recepti on which fol
lowed the bridal couple were aided
in receiving by Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter
and P. Nettleton of Brainerd, the
bridegroom's father, and assisting thru
the rooms were Mmes. Horace Peck,
John Westle y, Chester Simmons and
Eugene L. Trask.
Mr. and Mrs Nettleton left on the
late train for an eastern trip and they
will return to Minneapolis before go
ing to Seattle, where th ey will receive
after March IB at the Summit hotel.
Mrs. Nettleton wore a blue cloth trav
eling gown trimmed with panne vel
vet and her hat was to match.
Mrs. Arthur R. Hopkins of Chicago,
a former resident of Minneapolis, is
being entertained at a number of in
formal affairs during her stay in the
city This afternoon Mrs Chandler
C. Wyman had sixteen women in for
cards at her home on Dupont avenue
S. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Geor ge
B. Barwise of Portland avenue will
have a luncheon for Mrs. Hopkins,
and there will be other card parties
and luncheons as well as a sleighi ng
Mr. and Mrs. Geor ge W Bestor will
give an informal dancing party Mon
ay evening at their home on Oak
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Frank P.
Hop wood, of 1909 Portland avenue,
will enteitain at cards.
Mrs C. .Ellis Fisher of 900 West
Twenty-second street, "will give a card
part Thursday afternoon.
Georg-e McGregor, captain of the
South High scho ol football team, will
entertain the members of the team
and their friends Saturday evening,
Fe b. 27, at the home of is parents,
S323 Elliot avenue S.
The ball room of Masonic Temple
was hung with flags and made gay
with bunting last evening for the an
nual ball of Company I, First infantry
M. N, G., and knapsacks, sabres and
guns added to the military effect.
Captain W Langdon, master of
ceremonies, was assisted in looking
after the pleasure of the guests by
Lieutenant H. S. Taylor, Fir st Ser
geant E Anderson, Sergea nt H.
Bedbury, Sergea nt B. L. Kingsley, Cor
poral L. E Jackso n, Jr., Lieutenant
H. B. Dyer, Quartermaster Sergea nt A.
H. Hansen, Sergea nt Geor ge McGre
gor, Corporal G. A. Gallacher, Cor
poral C. H. Lantz.
The grand march was led by Col
onel and Mrs. Frank T. Corriston and
about 200 coupl es followed them. A
program of sixteen numbers was
played by the First Regiment band.
Among the guests were Govern or Van
Sant and the members of is staff.
The members of the basketball
team of the South High scho ol were
honor guests last evening at a dinner
giv en by the captain, Miss Sophie
Brown, at her home on Park avenue.
Covers were laid for twenty and the
guests included the men who have
aided in coaching. Orange and black
pennants hung on the walls and white
carnations and jonquils were the table
decorations. The place cards had
Gibson heads for decoration and small
basket balls were tied to them. Miss
Alice "Winter as toastmistress called
for responses from Irving Robltohek,
Earl Lawler, Ernest Stover, Swenny
Bang, Clarence Blake, Leslie Hughes,
Misses Brown, Florence Bottenfield,
Ruth Banker, Bernice and Mae
O'Connell, Misses Henrietta Brown,
Lillian Bates, Mrs. O. W Brown as
sisted and Miss Flossie Peterson
A basketball guessing contest was
an amusing feature and prizes were
won by Miss Banker, Messrs. Stover
The wedding of Miss Mlnnuett
Georgian ia Odegarde, daughter of
Mrs. W Schmidt, and Frank
Edward Bradley took place in
the parlors of the Laurel Social club
Wednesday evening. Palms, carn a
tions and roses made the rooms pretty
and about 300 guests gathered to wit
ness the service &
ERLING silver Hollow and Flatware, the production of the most
famous silversmith in this country. W show several designs
that are entirely exclusive. Our latest patterns of flatware a re the
new Five-flower, Carnation and Josephine, all finished in French
ray, and are a revelation for beauty and price. W carry also the
popular patterns of Gorham, Whiting and Shiebler.
Notice New Schedule of Prices:
6 oz. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, Gorham make, set of 6 $2.78
8 oz. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, Gorham make, Bet of 6 $3.78
10 oz. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, Gorham make, set of 6 94*80
12 oz. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, Gorham make, set of 6 $5BO
Sterling Silver Dessert Spoons or Forks, Gorham make, set & 87.00
Sterling Silver Table Spoons or Forks, Gorham make, set 6 $10.00
Sterling Silver Oyster Forks, Gorham make, set of 6 84.89
Sterlmg Silver Butter Spreaders, Gorham make, set of 6 86.78
Sterling Silver Sugar Shells, Cream Ladles, Olive Spoons,
"Pickle Forks, beautiful new designs, French gray flower
effects, gold tines and bowls choice 81.00
Ask to see 5-piece Sterling Silver Tea Sets, beBt value
which was re ad by
Rev. Falk Gjertsen. Miss Louisa Nel
son was maid of honor and John Bass,
best man. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley went
away for a short trip. PC*
Mr, and Mrs. Edward S. Hoyt have
arived in Minneapol is and are at the
West hotel until their apartment in
the Kenesaw is ready for them. Mrs.
Hoyt was Miss Amelia LaChapelle, a
popular society girl of Butte, Mont.,
and her wedding to Mr. Hoyt took-1
place Monday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. P. LaChapelle in Butte.
Mrs. William Bros entertained about
twenty young peop le Tuesday evening
at her home on Thirteenth avenue NE.
Peanut cinch was the amusement and
prlaes were won by Miss Blanche Des
lauries and Joseph Mathey. Mus ic
Saturday, February 6, with cash purchases only, in the
Men's, Boys* and Children's
Clothing, Hats and Caps...
In addition to the previously adver cat prices, still in force. ertAd
We are offering a complete stock Wthe
biggest bona-fide price reductions
ever made on high-class clothing.
Women's imported fancy cotton hose in stripes, plain
and dropstitched, also embroidered black A
cottons. Special Saturday only, pair 1
Women's heavy fleece lined cotton hose, in navy and
black grounds with polka dots. These a re reduced
to close special while they last, -g g\
Children's black rlfibed cotton hose, fleece lined, alt
sizes. A bargain. Saturday only,
3 pairs for 25c.
Boys' heavy ribbed black cotton hose, fleece lined,
broken line of sizes. Regular price 25c a
pair., special Saturday only, pair. IdC
2 pairs for 25c.
THE MI^NEAPOIlS JOURNAL.
and dancing and a taffy pull were also
features" of ttie~*ev*ining. The hostess
was assisted by Miss Theresa Kunz.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mr. and Mrs. Hv-nry Spear and Miss Harriet
Wagner hare gone to California.
Vbt Entertainment Card cub will meet Thurs
day afternoon In Richmond ball.
Mr. and Mrs 8 Owen left Tuesday evening
for Florida, to be absent until April
'Dr. C. Fcrro and daughter Katie returned
from Hot Springs. Ark this week.
Foral hive, No. 84. L. O will gire a
card party Friday afternoon, Feb. 12
Walter Morrison and Dr. K. P. Holmes win
return to-morrow from a three months' trip
The Ladles' Auxiliary to Typographical anion
will meet this evening at their ball, 42 Seventh
Myrtle lodge, D. of will give a masquerade
S. & H. Green.
Whiting's French Organdie... the most popular
paper ever produced in White, Quaker Gray,
Blue and Steel, in the latest styles. Three sizes
Regular price per quire of paper, or package of
envelopes 25c. Sale price per quire or package
Eaton-Hurlbpt's Highland Linen made expressly
for us. This has been our leader and those who have used
it buy no other kind. It is une*qualed in texture, finish and
quality. We are showing this paper in 6 new artistic shapes
with the latest cut envelopes, in the followingtints: Pailette,
Swiss Blue, White and Silver Gray. This paper is
sold by the exclusive stationers at 25c per quire
and 25c a package. Our regular price is 12c a
quire or package.. .our special price, per quire, opiy
Envelopes to match, per package
Besides the above ream goods we will put on sale
2500 box es of Eaton-Hurlbut's late st products, the most artistic box pap er
ever produced, The prices will range from 25o to fine per box.
1800 boxes assorted papers at lOc and 15c a box.
Women's natur al wool mixed and Camel's hair pants,
(only) steam shrunken. Our 75c and $1.00 qual
ities. .special Saturday only, per g/v
Women's heavy fleece lined vests, also Jersey ribbed
vests and pants, fleece lined. Regular 50c quality
.special Saturday only, per "20y-r
Children's ribbed fleece lined vests, pants and ^)g_
drawers, any size. Choice per garment JLK)Q
Odd lots and broken lines of Children's woolen under
wear, priced to close, at per
POWERS'ANNUAL STATIONERY SALE.
Neat Looking Glasses
cost no more than unbecoming ones. Our stock of
Optical goods is large and complete, and you are
certain of finding what you need, in the newest,
neatest and most becoming styles.
Eyes carefully examined. N Charge.
Shur-on Eyeglasses..84 I Bifocal Lenses, pair...82
Peerless Eyeglasses..88 I Earcone Spectacles,$1.75
The Famousk Al-Ki Remedies
A 1 VI
/\1-I\I Toilet Soap (25*)
A large size regular 10c cigar, made
by Berriman Bros.,one of the lead
ing manufacturers of America.
Special, box d* 4 e^
of S O for.. *P*) for XOC
A regular 5 cigar, made by Ber
riman Bros., Saturday special,
box of O ^E*
^re cure for Dandruff (JOo)" 5oC
Al-Ki, the great skin remedy, is too well known for
comment. But to introduce the Al-Ki Soap, and
Al-Ki Sure Cure for Dandruff,we will sell the -j
three, regular price $1.00, for tJOC
Extra Special Saturday...
ball Monday evening In Easthagen ball, 2418
Ltal lodge, D. of H., will give a bard times
dance Thursday evening in I. 0. 0. F. hal, Lake
street and Twenty-btrdl avenue B.
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Paris and Mr and Mrs.
B. Cootey will leave next week to spend A
month at Hot Springs, Ark.
Minneapolis division, No. 2, Uniform Rank,
Knights of the Maccabees, will give a military
ball in A. 0. U. W. hall, Tuesday: evening,
The Rag Time Six will give a dancing party
Friday evening. Feb 1, In the Seventh Ward
hall on Bloomtngton avenue and Lake street
Edward Nelson will be master of ceremonies.
Mr and Mrs. J. W Pauly entertained the
Limited Card club at their home on Fremont ave
nue N Tuesday evening. High scores were won
by Mrs. William Lohf And J. Ertel.
Wesley Epworth league will give an entertain
ment In the Sunday school room of the church
this evening Dr. W Marshall will give read
ings from his own book. "Bud After the read-
For one day ow/y...Saturday, Feb. 6.'
A Sale of Fine Correspondence Papers at lower' priceswe believe
than have ever been offered in any city.
We offer none but the best..everything new, showing the latest styles, shapes and
tints from the mills of the Whiting Paper Go. and the Eaton-Hurlbut
PapS** Go*, purchased expressly for this sale.Do not allow this opportunity to
pass. It will be
The Greatest Sole of Fine Stationery ever Held in the Twin Cities.
Remember the Powers way...We always give the best for the least money.
The prices follow.
Bear in Mind They Are For Saturday Only.
2 5 dozen four-in-hand Ties, odds and ends in
desirable patterns from our regular 50c
lines special Saturday, choice ^E?-,
at just half Zi)C
A miscellaneous assortment of shields, band
bows, four-in-hands, bat wings, club ties,
69c and 50c stiff bosom Shirtsthes have
also been reduced for immediate clearance.
Choose as you wish at half -^g
and less than half.... XdC
Square Mufflers,' a choice assortment in
Scotch plaids, in worsteds. Our regular
price 60c, Saturday's price
is just half. choice
The $1 com-
Al1 6-cen cigars *9 fW** ^*\c
Fine clear Havana cigar, large Per
fecto shape, a regular three-for-
50c size. .special, \f\n
Wedding Bouquet. .an all Havana
filled cigar.^ .special for 2
a Preferencia. .the well known
brand,. .special Saturday,
A Special in Playing Cards...
Bicycle and Marts Crown Cards
etc. Regular 25c ties. Saturday only, at A Sale Of Collars and CuftS
much less than half, ZTT
Groceries... You can always save on your
groc'ry bill by purchasing here.
Large Queen Olives per quart,
Marasquin Cherries, special Sat
urday, quart bottle, 69c.
Wisconsin Sweet Corn, per can,
New York Apples, packed in
quart cans. Regular 10c, spec
ial Saturday, 4 cans, 25c.
Jap Rice, regular 8c quality,
special Saturday, lb. 5c.
Navy Beans, fancy, special per
Macaroni, special Saturday, 1-lb.
Matches, special Saturday, 1 2
boxes for 8o.
Soda Crackers, Oyster Crackers,
Ginger Snaps, lb., 5c.
Tea a good uncolored Japan
Tea, regular 40c grade, special
Saturday, lb., 27o.
FEBRUARY 5, 1904. ^A**"l
ings the regular monthly, business meeting of
the league will be held ancrthere will be a social
Mrs. H. S. Goldblum of the Syndi
cate arcade, will have on sale, Satur
day, any hat in the house for $3.
Values from $6 to ?20. N exchange.
W have the most artistic and largest assortment of
Tally Cards in Minneapolis. Our prices range from
15c to $1.50 a dozen. Saturday the
PRICES WILL E CUT IN TWO.
Extra Special Prlfces In Our
For the benefit of those not having private dies, we have a superb
line of stock dies, the use of which will be tendered free.
Our prices on stamping during: this sale will be:
Stamping in gold or silver...per quire 10c
Stamping in colors.. .per quire 7
W will make to your order script dies, initial dies,
and monogram script dies, the usual price
of which is $1.50 and $1.75, at, each OOC
Engraved Cards...We will print from your plate,
furnishing the best stock and workman- ^A_
ship, 100 cards for 0"C
W will engrave a plate in the latest Tiffany
script, and print 100 cards for 81c
Men's Furnishings Phenomenal Reductions Saturday
Our regular $1.00 under-
wear...in grays and col
ored wools, in flat and
ribbed effects. special
Saturday, per '7BT/-*
garment at %J\*
Saturday Specials at Half and Less for Prompt Clearance...
W will offer our entire line of
all sizes, at an even half
*k A. -*1".
(No limit as many as you wish)
Cuffs at less than half. Our rear
Cuffs, round and square corners,
special Saturday, pair
GOOD WESTERN BEEF
MALCOLM'S 3S SK
GOOD IN PIE, CAKE AND PUDDING.
N i IN SUCHMINCEMEAT
In 10c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums.
DOllble AmOUIlt Trading Stamps
Saturday, Feb. 6, with all cash orders in our
Photo Studio... Fourth Floor.
Saturday Evening 7 to Closing...
5000 yards of Wash Goods in Mill Remnants 36-in. Percales,
Printed Bedford Cords, Apron Ginghams, Dress Ginghams, Cre-
tonnes, Black Satines, Dress Prints, Plain Silkolines, Flan- g
nelettes, etc., valu es to 12c, Time Lim it Sale, yard 5C
Wath Goods AisU.
Our First 1904 Sale of
Instruction at 8.
Hundreds of pieces have been added to the many lots, filling
up the great holes made since this sale started Thursday
Embroideries, Edgings, Insertions, Flouncings, Bladings,
and AUovers at
Prices the lowest ever quoted for high class goods...
The price range still intact
3c, 5c, 8c, 10c, 12Jc, 15c, 19c,
25c, 35c, 39c, 50c, 59c, 65c, 69c,
75c, 85c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50 and up.
Corsets in medium lengths,
well stayed, in white and
drab 59c regularly, special
A miscellaneous lot of corsets
in late models, long and
short hips, neat ly trimmed,
grouped and reduced price
to close, Saturday, AD
High-class corsets such as W
R. G., American Lady,
Elite and Royal Worcester.
Made in Dresden and
French coutil. All fine high
grade corsets, selling reg
ularly up to $4.00. .special
to close, d?| A
Corset Forms, sizes 84, 36 and
38. A indispensable arti
cle for dressmakers. Spe
Second Floor. Take Arcade EUvatonra
There are few things more gratifying than to
save money on everyday necessities.
You can do this here, without loss in the quality...the most
essential point to be considered.
Saturday's Savings Greater Than Usual.
We call the attention of fastidious dressers to the following
Heavy, full regular made Silk Underwear Men's fine silk & cashmere-wool Underwear
in plain colors and fancy stripes,
in a full range of sizes. Regular
$7.50 to $8.50 values...special for
this sale, Saturday, & 7
per garment H9%Pm a %M
ALL OTHER LINES OF WINTER WEIGHT /vff
Underwear Saturday at /t
Our regular 50c under
wear heavy weight,
fleece lined and Jersey
ribbed garments... special
Saturday only, "5 C/-r
per garment.... t)OL
Stiff bosom Shirts regular $1.00 values. 35c and 25c half Hose, pair 15c...Fi ne im-
These we have reducedfor quick clearance.
You will get a better selection Saturday f. 4, b.a JI-.
than later, reduced to just
half... each. 5UC Balbriggans all full regular made. Our
regular prices 25c and 35c
Sanitary Meat Dept...
Under Management of Witt Bros. Nicollet Arcade and Fifth St. Entrances.
Special Stamp Offer for Saturday Forenoon.
Program at 9.
in flat and Jersey ribbed, in white
and colors. Our regular $3 and $4
qualities, priced special for this
sale Saturday, at, ti^O O
per garment MM^mmm%9
Oil.a 3 Our regulr9 under
wear.. cotton fleece lined,
every garment well ma de
and perfect, almost every
special:29c,.t per garmen
cB lc hsI fa gtr
special Saturday, pair ldC
100 dozen Rockford Sox, the standard
10c quality, here at, pair
Handkerchiefs, Men's 15c quality linen fin
ish hemstitched plain white handkerchiefs,
half-inch hems. Saturday special,
Boys' leather Mittens, fleece lined, 25c our
regular price special Saturday \^r
at half pair \At\J
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Saturday
morning, from 9 to 12 o'clock only, with cash
TelephonesN. WMam 12371275. Twin City86116,
Deliveries to all parts of the city
We sell exactly what we advertise.
&IB ROASTRolled or StandingCut from good Western Beef, 44
properly matured, per pound
Headquarters for Fancy PoultryTurkeys, Ducks, Geese, Fowls and
Spring Chickens direct from our country shippers.
Boiling Beef, lb 3
Rib Boiling, lb 4
Chuck Roast, lb 6
Pot Roast, lb 8
Shoulder Steak, lb 9
Pig Pork I PiK Pork
Shoulders, lb Iu| Butts, lb
Ferndale Creamery Butter, 1-lb.
Ferndale Creamery Butter, 5-lb.
jars: S 1.30.
Good Creamery Butter, lb 23c
Full Cream Cheese, lb 10c
CHOICE EXPORT BEEF
Butcher s' Sirloin Steak, lb 11c
Sirloin Steak, without a bone... 16o
Sirloin Steak, N Cut, lb.... 18c
Club House Steak, lb 20c
Porterhouse Steakj lb. 20c
Of* MS Pork Loir*
O O Roasts, lb. %9%M
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Sweet Navel Oranges, extra large,
dozen, 20c, 25c, 30c.
Fancy Baldwin Apples, pec k. ..35c
Dates, lb., 7 Cranberries, qt., 9
Celery, Radishes, Lettuce, Onions,
l^etc. st*a^*gg**vV J?